London: Atletico Madrid will expect another exhibition of ultra-disciplined counter-punching from Chelsea F.C. when the teams reconvene for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.
Chelsea emerged from last week's first leg with a 0-0 draw after a cautious display in which they enjoyed only 38 percent of possession and mustered five attempts at goal to Atletico's 26. (Full match report)
Jose Mourinho's side were at it again on Sunday, relaunching their Premier League title bid with a 2-0 success at leaders Liverpool after again surrendering possession and playing on the counter-attack.